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The PofW's Press Spokesman Paddy Harveson is also quite Conservative.

I can well imagine that these two would get on famously. I have always considered Charles to be an utterly wet wimp, a view apparently shared by his father.

However, unlike Cameron, he does have his good points. He will be remembered more kindly for his work on the gardens at Highgrove than he will for his choice in women.

And then of course, Charles's taste in architecture is impeccable. We can thank him for trashing the "monstrous carbuncle" and giving us the visually unobjectionable Sainsbury Wing at the NG.

I detest 80% of modern architecture and feel it's time to launch a new offensive. CH could take a valuable lead here.

Always had a lot of time for Prince Charles as I think he talks a lot of sense about most things.
It doesn`t surprise me that he gets on with David Cameron as I think they are both genuine men who care a lot about Britain and the future.

I can well imagine that these two would get on famously. I have always considered Charles to be an utterly wet wimp

Well said, Tory Loyalist!

Not really much of a surprise that two top public school educated, upper class patrician types, with no experience of genuine real life or the struggle that it is for most people, and similar views on the environment and the wonders of Islam should get on well now is it?

Rather a casual approach to the next election...........I suppose Cameron feels confident of winning Northern seats from London dinner engagements

Both content to sell us out to the EU.

How strange that the Conservative Party now seem to hate the Leader of the Opposition and the heir to the throne simply for no other reason than there background.
I thought we believed in a society where people were judged by the strength of there personality and abilities and not what school they went to!

I thought we believed in a society where people were judged by the strength of THEIR personality and abilities

Therein lies the real problem Jack Stone - the person in question is devoid of personality or ability

TomTom.Complete and utter rubbish. Both men have enormous abilities and very likeable, strong personalites. The Prince of Wales as already made a strong contribution to the life of our country over the last thirty years, David Cameron will do likewise when he becomes Prime Minister after the next election.
If only you had the views these two men hold then perhaps you would be an asset to the party as David Cameron is not a liability.

Jack, Prince Charles is a bit dotty and is the very wealthy child of hereditary privilege. However, at least he has sensible views on the disastrous state of education in this country and the Prince's Trust has made a huge difference to the lives of many unfortunates abandoned by the welfare state. Contrast your pin-up, David "Nero" Cameron who "likes this country" as it is. Well he would, wouldn't he? It has done rather well by him.

Michael McGowan - gratuitous insults to the man who will be your King do you no credit. Any British subject who shows disrespect to his Monarch (or heir to the throne) is, in fact, demonstrating a profound lack of respect for himself.

TomTom.Complete and utter rubbish. Both men have enormous abilities and very likeable, strong personalites

That is your viewpoint I do not share. I think Cameron is devoid of personality or strength of character; nothing in his background has come from having to struggle; and rather like Blair he has floated along on good wishes and lack of scrutiny of serious deficiencies in character and integrity.


A poll just published in Der Spiegel shows 82% dissatisfaction with the political system and only 5% believing elections have any influence on the paty machines.............that the public is being shafted by the establishment - I should think such figures would be similar here.

Cameron inspires no confidence in the system, and Jack Stone you have one vote just like the rest of us; and you have failed to convince anyone on this Blog of your Pollyanna view of the status quo

I said that Prince C was a bit dotty: hardly the harshest criticism he has sustained! And surely you cannot deny that he is the child of hereditary privilege? As it happens, I have rather more time for him than for his ex-wife, the People's Princess.

It is foolish to suggest that David Cameron is committed to the status quo. Anyone who bothers to actually read what he says and I think that TomTom and others like him do not that he is proposing new ways of dealing with the nations problems.
TomTom and others don`t want the status quo they just want to go back to the nineteen eighties.

It is foolish to suggest that David Cameron is committed to the status quo.
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Of course he isn't

The only thing to which Cardhouse is committed is his own self-aggrandisement.

he is proposing new ways of dealing with the nations problems

His "ways" are not new. He took them from the socialists in order to attract socialist votes. Right now he is thinking about which way he should let the wind blow to maximize the vote: from the left or from the right.

Well, if he decides from the right, he loses the lefties and if he decides from the left, he loses the genuine Conservatives.

David Cameron isn`t proposing policies from the left, he is proposing policies of the centre. The only people who think the policies are socialist or left-wing are those so far out on the right-wing there in the stand!

Cameron has put forward policies without anyone noticing?

I think that TomTom and others like him do not that he is proposing new ways of dealing with the nations problems.
TomTom and others don`t want the status quo they just want to go back to the nineteen eighties.

Jack thanks for telling me what I should think............I don't want the status quo and I don't want the 1980s............I want a complete change and that includes the regionalisation of the BBC and the Conservative Party and the complete federation of Conservative Central Office


I don't want any more marketing-driven initiatives or slogans or branding, re-branding, segmentation, or sales gloss. I can do all that better than Cameron and Hilton - moreover I could run this country better than any of them.

It is beyond belief that a major industrial nation could have been de-industrialised, denuded of sovereignty, rendered one of the most expensive countries in Europe with unbelievable house-price inflation; have the smallest Army and Navy of any of the Permanent Members of the Security Council; and be such a basket case society that it cannot secure its borders against criminal gangs who can murder and exit at will; with prisons that are full and street crime which is expanding.

I have yet to hear a properly designed approach to bring the shambolic state of this country to order and to give people an incentive to believe in the political establishment

Well said TomTom and Michael McGowan.

I am a monarchist but that does not mean that I have to admire my sovereign although I do or her son whom I don't. And having said I admire her, I must note that during her reign some pretty awful things have occurred including de facto cession of our sovererignty and I guess we will never know if she objected or could have.

The idea of these two having dinner together is simply so cringe making. You can just imagine it. I do not know whether to laugh or cry.

"So Prince Charles and Conservative leader David Cameron are uniting to save the planet. But I would like to know which one: theirs or ours."

- Clive Cornock, of Chester, in a letter to today's Mail On Sunday.

'I can run this country better than any of them'-Tomtom. I always thought that you had a large ego Tomtom but I hadn't quite realised how big!
A word of advice 'though. People who never have anything positive to say about anything or anybody are rarely popular so it's unlikely you'll ever get the chance to 'run this country'.

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